Originally Posted by authentic
If you committed the crime in Russia, and managed to fly back to America, and they cannot do anything about it since it happened in Russia, their problem to find you, not US? This is not making any sense.
If you are committing a crime in Russia, and they send you to Siberia as for your punishment, US think it is way too harsh, and they cannot do anything to their own f*ckin US Citizen?
Unless Russia has an extradition agreement with the United States and vice versa.
Thing is--I don't think the US has extradition agreement with Mexico and if we do, it's not very enforceable on the Mexican counterparts.
I know that Americans have extradition agreements with Canada and Brazil but it's limited meaning that if an American commits an horrible crime in the US and flees to Canada and subsequently arrested in Canada--the Canadians have the right not to extradite the American back to face the dealth penalty as Canadians don't necessairly believe in the death penalty--same thing with Brazil.